4 Safety Systems You’ll Want in Your Home

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Did you know that a burglary occurs every 35.7 seconds, or around 3,300 times a day, in the U.S.?

If you’re a homeowner, you’ll want to do everything you can to make your home safer. But getting a good home security alarm is just the start. There are other things you should do and technologies you should install to ensure your family and your property remain safe.

Continue reading to learn about four security systems every homeowner should have.

1. Fire Suppression System

One safety system it makes sense to invest in is a fire suppression system. It’s essential to have smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. But that doesn’t go nearly far enough. You need to go the extra mile by getting a fire suppression system that can stop fires in their tracks. It’s designed to put out fires before they have a chance to spread.

If you’re like most homeowners, the residence you live in is your biggest investment. Investing in a fire suppression system will, therefore, make sense. It’ll protect your family and your home. You’ll sleep better at night knowing that your loved ones and possessions are protected against fires. Don’t become another statistic. Take proactive measures by getting a fire suppression unit.

2. Home Security System

It’s also vital that you invest in a home security system. Having a home security system that includes cameras, motion detection sensors, and alarms will discourage many would-be thieves. Many criminals prefer to go after the low-hanging fruit — focusing on homes that aren’t protected. So, you’ll reduce your risks of burglary exponentially if you have a home security system. It’ll be a cost-effective deterrent. Whether you hire a company to install or do it yourself, you can get a system that protects your family and safeguards your possessions.

3. Flood and Water Leak Detection System

Everyone has heard about Hurricanes Fiona and Ian and the disaster they left behind. But don’t think that you’re off the hook as a homeowner if you don’t live in an area prone to hurricanes. Flooding and leaks can occur anywhere. For instance, they can occur if heavy rain falls over an extended period or if your sewage system clogs and water flows back toward your home. If these things happen and you don’t know immediately, the results can be disastrous and costly.

That’s where a flood and water leak detection system comes into play. You will get appropriate notifications if you have a service where the sensors are monitored in real-time by a service provider. Consider that your homeowner’s insurance coverage may not cover some of the damages associated with flooding or leaking. That’s one reason it makes sense to invest in systems that can protect your property from damage that can be prevented.

4. Smart Home Technologies

Did you know that the smart home market is expected to expand from $99.89 billion last year to $380.52 billion in 2028 — registering a compound annual growth rate of 21.1% from 2022 to 2028? There are many examples of smart home technologies that can make your home and the people who live there more secure.

For instance, you can get smart locks that allow you to lock or unlock your doors remotely. This can be useful if, for instance, you need to give a dog walker access to your residence to walk your dog. You won’t have to give the dog walker a key since you’ll be able to unlock the door and then lock it after the person is done.

These are just a few options if your goal is to make your home more secure. While there’s no way to eliminate risks entirely, there are things you can do to reduce them. And you’ll agree that reducing risks to yourself, your loved ones, and your property makes sense.

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